Also in the F1 news this week advertising revenue from the Turkish GP broadcast fell, speculation over the futures of Nelson Piquet Jnr and Nico Rosberg, and safety in the spotlight at Monza and Singapore.
F1 supremo dreams of Hamilton-Schumi duel – Bernie Ecclestone wants to see Michael Schumacher return to take on Lewis Hamilton.
Advertisement sector unable to benefit from F1, gears down – The home broadcast of the Turkish Grand Prix saw a fall in advertisers this year. Crowd numbers on race day also looked thin.
F1 Lewis roars onto hit list – Hamilton named one of the 100 most influential black people.
All possible measures taken to ensure safety of F1 race: DPM Wong – The Singaporean Deputy Prime Minister has given assurances that next year’s inaugural Singapore Grand Prix circuit will meet safety standards.
F1 drivers win fight over Monza run-off – Meanwhile the GPDA’s demands for revisions to the Monza circuit have been met.
Piquet and Renault – Nelson Piquet Jnr to take Giancarlo Fisichella’s place at Renault next year?
Williams set for big step up in 2008, says Rosberg – Keke’s son planning to stick with the Grove team next year.
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